So, I'd love to give you a long detailed post explaining my absence from the blog world for the past week. Unfortunately (or maybe fortunately, depending how you look at it), I don't have the energy. We've had a rough week and I will just say that, if long periods between posts prompts you to pray for the ministry, that would be great.
On another note, I can't think of many other things I'd rather be doing with my day without any children at home than sitting in a courtroom waiting for the judge to call my name and reprimand me for being in a hurry.
Lucky for me, that's just what I'm doing.
Like this guy's never been in a hurry. I can tell just by looking at him that he's not the punctual type. I can see it in his eyes.
As a matter of fact, I've been sitting on this hard bench for about an hour and a half and no one has even been called on the docket.
What I've decided is that without speeders, the whole world would come to a screeching halt and NOTHING would get done.
I mean, except for school zones. Speeding there is wrong.
Sitting here, though, I'm sandwiched between two lovely women who, it turns out, live in my hood. One just got a home through Builders of Hope, and the other is looking for a way to own a home in West Dallas.
I love how the Lord works.
I also love that I have two new friends, Becca and Adam http://thestanleyclan.blogspot.com/, sitting at my house right now just waiting to see the ministry. While I'm in court. I'm sure they're totally impressed so far.
My children, on the other hand, are totally enamored. Graham wanted to take the to show and tell. He thinks they're "magical".
Maybe I should have brought them to court with me.
Do you think it would have helped?
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